Curling exists at many levels. There is the professional curling events like the Continental Cup and the skins games we see on TV. There are the big televised arena events like the Scottie's Tournament of Hearts and the Tim Horton Brier. B ut there is still Mom-and-Pop and Teen curling, fun for the whole family. But is curling too technical? If you watch the big events on TV and are intimidated by the highly technical commentary, then this book is for you. No matter how experienced the teams, no matter how rich the event, and no matter how technical the announcers, it still all comes down to basics. Here we pesent a look at the basics, with photographic evidence of the application by some 40 of the best teams in Canada and the World.
You, you husband, grandparents and kids CAN curl too!
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